My husband was caught in a road block driving my car with no insurance or current registration. ( I let these expire because I was giving the car to my sister for Christmas. He was actually driving back from letting her test drive it). She is welcome to take possession, but we are still waiting for her to get insurance and registration in her name before we give it to her. We never drive the car. It stays in our garage. We want to just pay the tickets and lesson learned. So we went online to see how much they were. It says we are not allowed to pay online, that we must appear in court. I guess they want us to appear showing proof of both. But we don't/won't have proof. What can we bring instead? Should we make a bill of sale to my sister? Should we show that we are driving another car that has insurance and is registered? Why won't they just let us pay?
Asked by Anonymous at 5:07 PM on Jan. 13, 2011 in Money & Work
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